Thursday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

August 8, 2019  •  

Thursday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

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National: “Joaquin Castro Tweeted the Names of Top Trump Donors. Republicans Say It Will Encourage Violence.” by Michael Brice-Saddler (Washington Post) for Philadelphia Inquirer


California: “Trump Wants to Keep His Tax Returns Private, Asks Courts to Stop California Law” by John Myers for Los Angeles Times

Iowa: “The Iowa State Fair Can Make – or Break – a Presidential Candidate” by Holly Bailey (Washington Post) for Beaumont Enterprise


Florida: “Scott Maddox, Florida’s Former Democratic Chair, Pleads Guilty in Probe” by Dara Kam (News Service of Florida) for Tampa Bay Times

Missouri: “Stenger Scandal Prompts St. Louis County Council to Block Pensions for Those Convicted of Corruption” by Chad Davis for St. Louis Public Radio

New York: “When de Blasio’s Daughter Moved, His Security Detail Carried the Futon” by Jeffrey Mayes and J. David Goodman for New York Times

North Carolina: “UNC System Head Didn’t List Corporate Board Seats That Paid Millions on Ethics Forms” by Nick Ochsner for Charlotte Observer

Texas: “Anti-Discrimination Official Removed by Council One Month After Racist Posts Surface” by Luke Ranker for Fort Worth Star-Telegram


National: “Judge Dismisses 1 of 2 Charges Against Greg Craig” by Josh Gerstein and Theodoric Meyer for Politico

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